A Local Art Quilt Exhibit

Group = Layers of Textile Art (LOTA); members = 15; quilts on display = 34.

Four of my quilts are on display at this group exhibit at the Solon, Ohio, library until November 21.

Our pink thread challenge quilts. One member had a lot of leftover spools of 12 weight pink thread, so…



Our splatter fabric challenge quilts. The fabric was designed by one of our members as part of a SAQA/Andover Fabric contest.


And the artists’ choice section. We work in a variety of styles.



As you can see, Please Do Not Touch The Quilts was well represented.


Filed under Art quilts, Quilt Shows

11 responses to “A Local Art Quilt Exhibit

  1. What a great display. Congratulations to each of the talented artists. So neat to see your quilts; a couple I remember seeing in progress. I especially like the landscape.

  2. I picked out all four of yours! There is a lot of talent represented in that show. I like the variety of subjects and techniques.

  3. So fun to have a public exhibit. I spotted 2 of yours but wasn’t sure about 3 and 4. Congratulations to all of you.

    • You probably remember the car one and the organza circles. I also did the rightmost one on the pink threads challenge and the green landscape underneath the balloon landscape. We all were impressed it came together so well.

  4. Barbara

    I am most intrigued by the fish head quilt.

  5. What an interesting mix and variety of styles! Art quilting is well-supported in your area!

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